January 22, 2006
Understandable mistake

San Diego State's basketball team has been so bad for so long that last night marked the first time in its history that they managed to defeat BYU three times in a row. SDSU swept BYU last season and in their first meeting of this season, and just a few minutes into the game the […]

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January 18, 2006
All about the Benjamins

It's ironic that Benjamin Franklin's 300th birthday was yesterday and we once again encounter a big business behaving badly. Major League Baseball, which most recently switched from juiced balls to juiced players, is claiming that it owns the copyrights to its statistics. Your favorite player went 2-for-4 last night with a double? If you want […]

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January 9, 2006
I'm getting that Ryan Leaf feeling

Any NFL team that's thinking of drafting Marcus Vick might want to think hard and think twice.

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December 30, 2005
Good for a snicker

The best 30 names in Div I college basketball.

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December 11, 2005
Heisman winner

Congratulations to fellow Helix High School alum Reggie Bush on winning the Heisman trophy. Bush's win and, should he choose to go pro, his lock on the No. 1 pick in next year's NFL draft will make my alma mater the answer to a few trivia questions. What high school has had both a Heisman […]

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November 30, 2005
Check Specter's head

Apparently someone hit him with a tire iron and knocked some sense into him. WASHINGTON - Sen. Arlen Specter backed off a threat to have a Senate subcommittee investigate whether the NFL and the Philadelphia Eagles violated antitrust laws in their handling of Terrell Owens. Specter, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said yesterday that […]

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November 29, 2005
Making fools out of themselves

When politicians in Washington decided that it was time to get themselves on the evening news a few months ago, they decided to call a bunch of baseball players before their committee and question them about steroids. Well, they got themselves on TV, and earned the general public's disgust with their grandstanding. Not content to […]

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November 27, 2005
Up next, Texas State

The Cal Poly Mustangs marked two firsts yesterday. They notched their first Division I-AA playoff victory and their first ever win over Montana. Cal Poly will face #4 seed Texas State in San Marcos, Texas, Saturday afternoon. Go Mustangs!

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November 26, 2005
Wonders of the Internet

I'm watching the broadcast of the Cal Poly-Montana game over the Internet. It's not great quality -- think bad color reception -- but the real annoying thing is the Internet broadcast's tendency to run scoreboard graphics instead of the beginnings of the plays. If you're lucky you may see the beginning of the play on […]

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November 20, 2005
No snub this time

Cal Poly will play Montana next week in the first round of the NCAA IAA football playoffs. Cal Poly lost a close one to Montana at Montana earlier this season. Go Mustangs!

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